These collages are part of Emma Clayton's Confabulation Series:
"Confabulation is a memory disorder in which a person fabricates imaginary and sometimes fantastical experiences to fill the gaps in their memory. They have no idea they are being untruthful and it is sometimes known as ‘honest lying’. In this experiment at confabulating, 250 adjectives, 125 verbs, 125 nouns and 125 adverbs were generated and placed in individual bowls. Words were then selected at random and brand new sentences, and by consequence, mental imagery, were created. The Confabulation Series is a set of six 420mm square posters which explores these fantastical phrases in the most appropriate medium for them - typographical collage."